Presently 18 states have laws that permit motorcyclists to legally pass through an intersection where a traffic control signal does not recognize the presence of a motorcycle. The argument is that requiring a motorcycle to wait at a “Dead Red” signal is much more dangerous than simply allowing the motorcyclist to ride through with caution.
So should “Dead Red” laws should be universally accepted in your country? If you think that they should be, let us know what parameters should apply in the comments below.
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